New Jersey is the worst state to retire in, according to a new survey, with Mississippi and New York rounding out the bottom of the list.
The biggest factor in the ranking was that New Jersey and New York were the two least affordable states to live in (although both states did get higher rankings for quality of life and healthcare).
The best state to retire in probably comes as no surprise — Florida.
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Others on the “best” list: Virginia, Colorado, Delaware, and Minnesota.
The website, WalletHub, which put together the list, compared factors such as affordability, tax friendliness, quality of life, and access to healthcare.
What is top of your list for “dream” place to retire vs. where you will actually probably end up retiring?